Raise in Entry Fee for Foreign Registered Cars Entering Singapore

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The Singaporean government will raise the fees for Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) and Goods Vehicle Permit (GVP) for foreign registered cars entering the country.

The fees for VEP will be raised from SGD20 (RM51.50) to SGD35 (RM90) per day. The GVP (apploies for foreign-registered goods vehicles) will be raised from SGD10 (RM25.70) to SGD40 (RM103) per calendar month.  The VEP for foreign registered motorbikes will remain at SGD4 per day.

The fees imposed will only affect privately owned cars. Buses and taxis will not be affected.

In a statement, the Singaporean Land Transport Authority (LTA) said that the VEP chargeable hours will remain the same, which is from2am to 12 noon on weekdays during Singapore’s June and December school holidays, and from 2am to 5pm on weekdays outside these two school holiday periods. On the bright side, foreign registered cars will still be able to enjoy VEP-exempt days and hours, which are:
Saturdays, Sundays and Singaporean public holidays, and between 5pm and 2am on all other days. VEP free hours are extended to start at 12noon instead of 5pm during the June and December school holidyas.

For more information, you can visit this website or call 65-62255 582.

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